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. all this came to light after the murder. december 2010 after the murder of border agent brian terry. he was shot and killed by illegal immigrants smuggling drugs into the u.s. the "fast & furious" program was shut down after details of death of terry were made public. martha: steve, thank you very much. bill: apparently this was not a joke in missouri in the end. there is more fallout over this rodeo clown. he wore a president obama mask. the head of the rodeo association will no longer have a job. the clown will not have a job. now a day job as school superintendent might be in jeopardy. we can not make this up. martha: goings-on and on. plus it is being called the largest wildfire in the state's history. the race against time to save hundreds of homes from advancing flames. people wonder if they will have a home to return to or not. ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing good around ♪ ♪ turn around barry ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪ ♪ i finally found what areow! that hurt!k there? no, no, no, no. you can't
of brian terry who lost his life. are these really phony scandals? here's the president again. >> unfortunately for the last year or so, we've had an endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals that shift focus away from what do we need to do to shore up middle class families and create ladders of opportunities for folks to get in the middle class. and as washington heads toward another budget debate, the stakes could not be higher. >> is that a phony scandal for those four people, five people, if you include brian terry? >> the majority of americans think it is, sean. the fact is, if you ask most people right now, the republicans will do anything to take down the president, even if it means hurting the economy or doing things that ultimately hurt them. that's a big problem for republicans, and i think they understand what's happening here. >> dana? >> i'm so tired of hearing the phony scandal remark from the left. i find it insulting when you consider the nsa, the irs, benghazi. if it's a phony scandal, i wish that people like christie and the pr
, border patrol agent, brian a. terry was shot and killed in the line of duty. >> my son that night. something bad happened out there that night. and i know what happened. i just got a gut feeling more than they're telling us. >> political posturing and phony scandals. >> on the other side of the u.s. mission walls in this benghazi neighborhood, the wild mob of attackers breakthrough the main gate of the mission. >> my son is dead. how could that be phony? when i was there at the ceremony of the welcoming of the caskets, both obama and hillary and biden and all of the other ones all promised me that they would get back to me to tell me what happened. >> endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals. >> i've been advised by my counsel to assert my constitutional right not to testify or answer questions related to the subject matter of this hearing. >> the irs saw details of communications that our legislators even in southern california, that is protected free speech. >> i'm a born free american woman. wife, mother and citizen. i'm telling my government th
scandal? tell that to the family of brian terry. how can you dismiss the death, the murders of four american citizens in benghazi, including ambassador stevens, the man you reported to care so much about, as a phoney scandal? how can you dismiss the greatest possible abuse of government power sticking the irs on its citizens as a phoney scandal? why? because barack obama can. because you all don't understand why because you are the average american out there who might rely on abc, nbc, cbs, cnn, "new york times," or the "washington post," for your news. if you have, you have just heard noise, and barack obama can now come in and say, it's nothing but noise. i'm trying to do my job. i'm trying to do what the president of the united states must do, and these republicans are muddying everything up with these phoney scandals, and it's working. so, ladies and gentlemen, if you don't think media bias is a problem, i can't help you. if the republican party doesn't understand that it is its number one priority to do something about it, it will never come out of the weeds. that's why i wrote
during which u.s. border patrol agent brian terry died in the year 2010. official at the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms released a statement about this latest incident. it notes that the atf has mistakes made during fast and furious. and adds regrettably will likely continue to be recovered at future crime scenes. a woman is dead after crashing her car into a condo swimming pool and that stops our news across america. >> massachusetts a witness says he was sitting by that pool south of boston when he saw a jeep plow through a fence and land in the water. the guy reportedly jumped in and tried it to pull the driver out from her open window. >> the air bag was pressing up against like i caught -- came on this side. came on the passenger side and just kept yanking and finally she came loose. >> he and the police officer gave the victim cpr but doctors later pronounced her dead at the hospital. no word on what may have caused the crash. minute society, one construction worker died and another got hurt when they fell into a giant hole. investigators say crews had been lowerin
to be an investigation when brian terry is shot and killed by drug cartel people. there has to be an investigation when a rancher from southern arizona was shot and killed by armed individuals which we assume were people who were members of the drug cartels. it is a dangerous place. when we have these armed drug cartels moving drugs across our border in arizona where there are guides guiding them and bringing the drugs up to tucson and into phoenix and distributed throughout the country, we have a serious problem. it requires us to have a national discussion. the problem is the drug cartels on the violent side. there is a demand for drugs in the united states. as long as there is demand, there will be supply. whether they dig tunnels or have a submarine, no matter what it is, we have to talk about the issue of drugs in america. it is a violent place when you have armed cartel members bringing drugs across the border into our country. i do not excuse any action that took place on any of the incidents he declared. to some health think it is not dangerous when cartel members are bringing drugs into this c
of firearms and they were arrested only after the murder of border patrol agent brian terry. it was almost -- you look at the emails and look at the track record. it really shows that they were in a panic mode and had to have something to prove for this operation considering it had lethal results and still does. we have seen at least 400 tets in mexico as a result of fast and furious. in 2012, we saw the death of a mexican beauty queen. we recently saw about a month ago the murders of a police chief with fast and furious weapons. and so this is something that's continued. these are people who are brazen and willing to take on not only just regular civilians but public officials down in mexico. >> senator grassley we know has been trying to get information about this fast and furious going back and forth with the department of justice on this. has he gotten anywhere and any more information? >> he has not gotten -- i mean, senator grassley has done an excellent job of investigating. the department of justice has been anything but cooperative. grassley sent a letter to the department of just
in december of 2010, of border agent brian terry. he had been shot and killed by illegal immigrants who were smuggling drugs into the country and now, even more news on "fast & furious" today, jon. jon: keep us updated. steve centanni in washington, thanks. jenna: a big story there. meantime army private bradley manning apologizing during his sentencing hearing this week for leaking classified state department documents to wikileaks. his military trial coupled with edward snowden's revelations over top secret nsa surveillance programs raising questions about motives of different so-called hackers. in the world of cybersecurity, there are two types of hackers. on one hand you have the so-called good guys. known as the white hats, who have the goal to find holes in the system so they can be fixed and not exploited. on the other hand there are the black hats, the hackers who take advantage of those weaknesses and those quite frankly are the bad guys. we have a columnist and former publisher of "the wall street journal.". gordon, one of the things that came up in the conversations about these st
weapons down into mexico that were being used i drug cartels. there has to be an investigation when brian terry was shot and killed by an armed mexican. and a rancher from southern arizona was shot and killed by armed individuals which we assume were people who were members of the drug cartels. this is a dangerous place. and when we have these armed drug cartels, moving drugs, most rugs are going across the border, coming across our border in arizona, you have guys on top of mountain tops, guiding the skype -- drug cartels, through tucson and into phoenix, and throughout the country. we have a serious problem. it requires us to have a national discussion because the problem, mainly, is the drug cartels and the violent side of this, and there is a demand for drugs in the united states of america. and as long as there is a demand they will be there if they have a submarine or tunnels, like i saw in columbia. we have to talk about the issue of drugs in america. this is a violent place when you have armed drug cartel members bringing drugs across the border and into our country. i cannot excu
that were being used i drug cartels. there has to be an investigation brian terry was shot and killed by an armed mexican. and a rancher from southern arizona was shot and killed by armed individuals which we assume were people who were members of the drug cartels. this is a dangerous place. when we have these armed drug cartels, moving drugs, most rugs are going across the border, coming across our border in arizona, you have guys on top of mountain tops, guiding the cartels, through tucson and into phoenix, and throughout the country. we have a serious problem. it requires us to have a national discussion because the problem, mainly, is the drug cartels and the violent side of is a demand for drugs in the united states of america. whether they have a submarine, like i have seen in colombia. it is a violent place when you have armed members bringing drugs across the border into our country. i do not excuse any action that took place
cartel. there has to be an investigation when brian terrie was shot and killed by the mexican drug cartel people. there has to be an investigation when robert from arizona rancher was shot and killed by armed individuals which we assume for people that were members of the drug cartels. it is a dangerous place. it is a dangerous place. and when we have these armed drug cartels most are going across the mexican border and come across our border in arizona where there are guys on top of mountaintops that are guiding these drug cartels and bringing these drugs into tucson and phoenix and distributed into the country then we have a serious problem and it requires us to have a national discussion because the problem mainly is the drug cartels in this violent side of it and there's a demand for drugs in the united states of america and as long as there is a demand, there is going to be a supply whether the use the ultralight or dig tunnels or have a submarine like i saw in colombia. no matter what it is. we have to talk about this issue of drugs in america. they are across the border and into ou
christie, terry branstad, susana martinez, brian sandoval and jack dalrymple. after years of railing against it, republicans are finally going to understand that the affordable care act actually helps people. in this, perhaps, governor perry expressed it best. >> sorry. oops. joining us now is msnbc policy analyst "the washington post's" ezra klein. we use every excuse we can to play the rick perry oops moment. he does seem to be having a little bit of an oops insofar as he's going to take a sharpie out and wipe away as much of the funding for obama care as possible and is asking for $100 million to implement parts of actually obama care. >> well, let me come in a little bit in the middle of this. i think on the one hand you see how weird the position is and on the other there's a point perry can legitimately maker is. peggy noonan wrote a piece saying this right here is the reason people hate obama care. the word this linked it to a community first choice program, a program in medicaid to help people who are disabled get care at home db at home -- instead of being put into a nursing
for this wednesday night. thank you for being with us. i'm lester holt in for brian. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> >> i'm terry mcsweeney. raj and jessica are off tonight. the south bay is in a crisis. the concern is foster care. the consequence could mean a life full of disappointment. damian trujillo is at the department of social service who is working to recruit more d]í,. >> reporter: there are roughly 1100 children in foster care in santa clara county and two thirds are older than 12 years old. the numbers show an older child in foster care is on the fast track to fail. she comes to this park quite often. it's where jasmine barbosa thinks about the turmoil she was thrown into, 13 years old and the foster care system took her from her parents. >> it was a devastating moment. i had a bunch of emotion going through me. i didn't know what was happening. >> reporter: she bounced around from home to home. a teenager looking for a family who could love her and raise her. >> it was very odd to me. i was in a stranger's home. it wasn't even a friend's house. it
broadcast for this wednesday night. thank you for being with us. i'm lester holt in for brian. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> good evening i'm terry mcsweeney in for raj mathai. >> i'm jessica aguirre. we start with ai] follow up to story we broke yesterday. weÑi are learning thejf identit a woman killed on "n" a construction accident on san jose cityq college yesterday. she wasn't a student there. but they think they know why she was on campus. >> reporter: jessica, officials here at san jose city college declined any on camera Ñi interviews but they released new information about thet( victim including her identity and what she may have been doing on campus. >> i got an e-mail this morning about a crisis counseling today. >> reporter: most students we talked to had not heard about the accident that killed the 49-year-old yesterday on the campus ofçói]çó san jose city c. gonzalezxd was run over by a tractor being used for on campus construction. >> in close quarters it would be moree1 someone directing lptraf. >> reporter: thet( san jose com
'm lester holt in for brian. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night >>> good evening i'm terry mcsweeney. >> i'm jessica aguirre. are you ready? less than two weeks to go before the opening of the new eastern span of the bay bridge and here is your first look. this is an animation that shows what the ride will be like when you cross the new bridge. jodi hernandez has new details. hard to believe it is almost here. >> reporter: it really is. when the eastern span of the bay bridge opens, commuters will experience wider decks, expansive views and hopefully a smoother ride. but we have to deal with a five-day closure. caltrans says it will be worth it. >> this should give people a sense of what the views will be like. >> reporter: this is animation showing what commuters will experience when the eastern span of the bay bridge opens in just a week and a half from now. >> you are going to come out of the tunnel and be out in the open right away. and you are going to see the tower and the cables immediately and have the great views of the east bay. >> reporter: befo
, the local traditions. >> i loved it, too. >> brian, maybe you can talk about, too, what is it about terry mcauliffe that seems to turn off -- jonathan chaten, new york magazine, he said the mcauliffe is the democrat democrats dream of voting against. there's -- the top-tier fund-raising, beltway, all of that. there's some sensibility that in 2009 he offended democrats. >> there's very little about terry mcauliffe that -- that sort of they feel like they can relate to. they don't feel he has core values that really they want to see in their candidates. like, they're willing to tolerate candidates that sort of have, you know, harassies here and there. and i think that that sort of gets to why, you know, liberals haven't been super enthusiastic about mcauliffe but cuccinelli comes along and they change his mind that maybe they can -- >> each side is voting against the other candidate, which i get. but then we had those numbers earlier that showed cuccinelli's unfavorable is much higher than mcauliffe's. that's before this s.e.c. news broke. so the story with the s.e.c. investigation is that, yo
in for brian. i'll see you later on "dateline," but for now, good night and have a great weekend. >>> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> thanks for joining us. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> we begin with the developing story, the assault from the air to control a massive fire that has now encroached into yosemite national park. want to show you the view of the rim fire now burning for six days, charring more than 165 square miles. this is the view from the ground now where the inferno is intense. the flames have now pushed into the park. and while the park is safe for now, close to 5,000 homes are in the line of fire. nbc jodi hernandez is live from grove land. she joins us now. >> reporter: jessica, that fire is a monster. numerous firefighters say they have never seen anything quite like this. as you look over this ring you can see all this smoke coming up. that is where the fire is burning hot and heavy tonight. we are told it is wall to wall flames out there. and as of right now, this fire is expected to just keep on growing. >> this fire is very dynamic, and this fire does have a mind of its ow
christian academy administrator terry black. what prommed you and -- prompted you and the others to put that sign up? >> well, probably the most impacting thing, brian, was the newtown, connecticut, shootings and of course, just a couple of weeks ago right on the interstate, less than a few hundred feet from our school there was another police shooting with a perpetrator. didn't have anything to do with the school, but we just live in a dangerous world and we own our moral obligation to protect the kids in our care. >> brian: are you saying that most of your teachers and administrators got training? >> no. we have a security force, volunteer security force in our church and so we orchestrated a volunteer security force in our school. >> brian: so you say as shepherds, it's our responsibility to provide the protection until we can get the law enforcement here to take care of matters. you're saying it's not against god's will to be able to armed to protect children? >> that's what we hope. we look at it from david who was in the bible, obviously, old testament. he was the shepherd. he kil
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